Category Archives: Resources

A dose of Graphic Medicine

If you’ve never read a Graphic Medicine novel a great place to start might be with Dr. Ian Williams’ novel The Bad Doctor. The story follows fictional physician, Iwan James, as he navigates his way through caring for a variety of patients … Continue reading

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Introducing Our Newest Libguide: Graphic Medicine

There is a lot of wonderful literature and comic work going on in the realm of Graphic Medicine, especially in the current climate of COVID-19, but before creating our own Graphic Medicine Libguide we had to first define what Graphic … Continue reading

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New On Demand Workshop Series: Programming With Python

Have you been thinking about learning more about Python for data visualization? Get started with our new Programming with Python series. Over the course of 10 videos, learn how to visualize and analyze data, repeat actions with loops, create functions … Continue reading

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PubMed has a New Interface!

Frequent visitors to PubMed, the world’s largest source for biomedical information, will have noticed announcements this spring about a new PubMed (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov). What can you expect from new PubMed? A more modern interface, more mobile responsiveness, and a new relevance … Continue reading

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Comics and COVID19

There are a variety of ways we document our experiences during massive changes like our current pandemic. Maybe it’s through the writing do, the pictures we capture, or the things we make. One great example of recording experiences is through … Continue reading

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Vaccination in Modern America Archive

The librarians of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation have done it again! In March, the confederation launched Vaccination in Modern America: Misinformation vs. Public Health Advocacy Web Archive, which will focus on preserving webpages that represent the current state of … Continue reading

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Painting with Paige

Having a hobby is great, especially if that hobby provides you a space to be creative. We can usually find Paige, one of our Research and Education Librarians, with a pair of needles in her hands knitting and a vibrant … Continue reading

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Music with Jeremy

If you’re like us, you’re strategically balancing going outside while catching up on your favorite shows and movies (and we have to say streaming movies that are currently in theaters with the snacks that are in our own homes is … Continue reading

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Volunteering with Dave

The snow is melting, the grass is getting greener and if you look closely you can see leaves starting to bud on trees. Spring is here and we couldn’t be more excited for the warmer weather. Melting snow tends to … Continue reading

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History of Medicine

The Geisel School of Medicine, founded in 1797 by Nathan Smith as the Dartmouth College “Medical Department”, is the fourth-oldest medical school in the United States. One of the benefits of being part of an institution with such deep roots … Continue reading

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